Galaxy Legend Cobi Jones and Veteran Soccer Commentator John Shrader to Call LA Galaxy Games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet

  Galaxy Legend Cobi Jones and Veteran Soccer Commentator John Shrader to Call
  LA Galaxy Games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet

         Kelli Tennant will be the network’s Galaxy sideline reporter

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- February 27, 2013

Time Warner Cable SportsNet has announced that Galaxy legend Cobi Jones and
veteran soccer commentator John Shrader will call LA Galaxy games on the
network, with Kelli Tennant serving as the Galaxy sideline reporter. Jones, a
member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, returns to provide color
commentary and Shrader joins the network to call play-by-play.

"There is a tremendous excitement to continue to be part of the LA Galaxy's
rich and storied tradition ofexcellence," said Jones, an 18-year veteran of
the team. "Being in the booth for Time Warner Cable SportsNet allows me to
share my passion for the Galaxy and soccer in general. I am looking forward to
calling games for the 2013 MLS season and being part of what I hope is another
championship run."

Jones, the "original" Cobi in Los Angeles, enters hissecondseason in the
broadcast booth for LA Galaxy games as the lead analyst. Jones has also worked
behind the desk for ABC/ESPN, NBC, FOX and the Pac-12 Network. As one ofthe
most decorated American soccerplayers, Jones won five championships during 12
seasons with the Galaxy, including two MLS Cups, two US Open Cup Championships
and one CONCACAF Champions Cup. He is the Galaxy’s all-time leader in games
played and assists, as well as the US Men's National Team leader in caps. A
three-time FIFA World Cup Player and former US Olympian, Jones retired from
playing soccer in 2007 after an accomplished MLS and international soccer
career and went on to be an assistant coach for the Galaxy, and later a
consultant to the New York Cosmos. A native Angeleno, Jones is a UCLA Hall of
Fame soccer player. He, his wife Kim and son Cayden call LA home.

“I’m excited to call LA Galaxy games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet and
looking forward to working with Galaxy legend Cobi Jones,” said Shrader. “I’ve
been broadcasting MLS games for many years, and it’s great to work with a team
that is coming off of back-to-back MLS Cup championships.”

Shrader has called high school and college football games for Time Warner
Cable SportsNet and SoCal 101 previously and most recently spent 12 seasons
calling play-by-play for San Jose Earthquakes games on FSN Bay Area and CSN
California. He also spent 15 years as a sports anchor and host at KNBR Radio
in San Francisco, where his assignments included covering the 49ers and the
Giants. While in Northern California, he also called play-by-play for Oakland
Athletics telecasts and San Jose State University football radio broadcasts.
Shrader graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln before getting his
Master’s in Mass Communications from San Jose State University and is
currently a professor of Journalism and Media at Cal State Long Beach.

Tennant is originally from Temecula, CA and attended the University of
Southern California (USC). While there, she played varsity volleyball for two
seasons before transitioning to an on-camera role, working as a reporter for
TrojanTV All-Access and providing color analysis for USC men’s volleyball
match webcasts. Tennant has also worked on high school football telecasts for
Time Warner Cable SportsNet and SoCal 101 and previously worked for Fox
Sports, ESPN, the Pac-12 Network, Longhorn Network, the Association of
Volleyball Professionals (AVP) and E! News. She resides in Los Angeles.

Former soccer star Clint Mathis will serve as a studio analyst for LA Galaxy
games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet. Mathis played for the LA Galaxy and
several other teams during his 13-season professional soccer career and
currently hosts youth clinics for the LA Galaxy.

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